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Understanding Greywater and Its Proper Uses for Hotels

Understanding Greywater and Its Proper Uses for Hotels

One of the many ways commercial facilities and hotels are reducing water consumption is to use greywater. Greywater is typically defined as “gently used” water that comes from restroom sinks, kitchen sinks, showers, etc. Facilities that use greywater are often “doubled ...

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Five Keys To Conducting A Procurement Audit

Five Keys To Conducting A Procurement Audit

Hotel owners and managers may be missing a cost savings opportunity by not taking a closer look at the supplies they are selecting for their properties—such as cleaning supplies, paper goods, soaps, and other items. However, rather than looking for ...

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Can Technology Stop a Towel Thief?

Can Technology Stop a Towel Thief?

Loss of towels can cost thousands of extra dollars a year. LODGING recently talked with Towel Tracker CEO Matt Cheng about how his company is taking on this problem in the hospitality industry. How was the Towel Tracker concept invented? ...

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Ask Anthony: Better Serving Guests with Mobility Needs

Ask Anthony: Better Serving Guests with Mobility Needs

Anthony Melchiorri, hotel fixer and host of Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible, loves dishing out advice. From sharing best practices to tackling operational issues, he’s here to answer your questions. How can hotels better serve guests with mobility needs? The U.N. ...

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The Challenge of Streamlining Supplier Invoice Payments

The Challenge of Streamlining Supplier Invoice Payments

When it comes to receiving invoices from suppliers—regardless of whether a hotelier runs a small bed and breakfast or a large, multinational hotel chain—suppliers are concerned about one thing and one thing only–getting paid as quickly as possible. Although that ...

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